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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1862. (search)
Lieutenant 2d Mass. Cavalry, November 13, 1862; first Lieutenant, April 14, 1863; Captain, March 25, 1864; died at Falls Church, Va., July 18, 1864, of a wound received at Aldie, July 6. Goodwin Atkins Stone was born in Newburyport, July 12, 184 Tidings of his condition reached his home on the morning of the 8th, and his mother and his brother George reached Falls Church early Sunday morning. They at first inquired for the surgeon, fearing to surprise Goodwin; but he said, I should like lk of the best route homeward, and thought he could get to Alexandria and take a steamer to New York. The vicinity of Falls Church was full of guerillas, and it was thought best for his brother and the surgeon to remain in Washington, and come out ed an escort of mounted men were sent down from the nearest camp to take us to Washington, and the same morning we left Falls Church with our treasure; and, after a few days, loving hands laid it away in the spot he had loved to think of, covered with